Last year, SAP and PlaNet Finance joined forces to help improve the incomes and living conditions for rural Ghanaian women engaged in the shea nut harvesting and shea butter business. Results from a recent Stanford University case study has found that many of the program targets set for this year have been met, and the program has been bolstered by the participation of Olam International, a global supply chain leader of agricultural products and food ingredients that picked up the first batch of nuts in November. Read the press release.
SAP and PlaNet Finance Hit Critical Milestones for Social Sustainability in Ghana Shea Value Chain Initiative
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